Tag: diabetes

Gene-Edited Baby Claim by Chinese Scientist Sparks Outrage

Scientists and bioethics experts reacted with shock, anger and alarm Monday to a Chinese researcher’s claim that he helped make the world’s first genetically edited babies. He Jiankui of Southern… Read more »

Do High Out-of-Pocket Costs Delay Diabetes Patients From Care?

Mandated enrollment into a high-deductible insurance plan delays the time it takes patients with diabetes to seek care for cardiovascular (macrovascular) disease-related symptoms, tests, and procedures, compared with those who… Read more »

Pitch Perfect Winner Spotlight: The startup tackling cardiac rehab with technology

From L to R: Medical Alley Association CEO Shaye Mandle, MedCity News Editor in Chief Arundhati Parmar and Moving Analytics CEO Harsh Vathsangam Every year, millions of people suffer from… Read more »

Medicare Part D plans should step up on generic drug utilization, CMS administrator says

Medicare Part D plans must do more to encourage generic drug utilization as statistics show patients spending significant sums on branded drugs when generic alternatives are available, the head of… Read more »